Anderson University will offer a live webcast during Homecoming on Saturday, Oct. 26, from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. EDT. The event, to be hosted by WQME 98.7 FM's Matt Rust, will feature conversations with AU alumni, faculty, and staff and will be shot on location along University Boulevard during the Homecoming Street Fair.
Abby Kahl had a dream job in mind when she graduated from Anderson University in May. Today she's reaping the rewards of hard work and persistence in her role as a behavioral clinician at the Suzanne Gresham Center in Muncie, Ind. In this position, she works with clients ranging from ages 2 to 16 who have behavioral disabilities. Kahl's job requires extensive knowledge, and she says it's her AU experience that prepared her.
Over the years, the demand for college-educated employees has gone up. At the same time, the cost of higher education has also risen. And in states such as Indiana, government grant assistance has decreased sharply and quickly, while student-loan debt creeps up with every college graduation. As families continue to struggle with the impact of the most recent recession, parents and incoming college students wonder if a liberal arts education is worth the cost of tuition.
Getting lost in a private garden for two hours, visiting St. Andrew's Cathedral, and exploring the Highlands were just a few of the things Ali Kardatzke did during her summer in Scotland. Kardatzke, an Anderson University senior majoring in history with a complementary major in psychology, spent one month in Scotland studying Scottish history.
The Anderson University Athletic Hall of Fame is celebrating its 17th year with four new inductees who will be honored at an awards banquet on Saturday, Oct. 26, at 5:30 p.m. in the Olt Student Center. The AU Athletic Hall of Fame was started in 1997 by former athletic director Barrett Bates to recognize former Raven athletes, coaches, and contributors to the university.
A local man who was awarded with one of the highest volunteer honors in the state on Thursday had one thing to say about the experience.
Duane Hoak of Anderson received the Governor's Service Awards Lifetime Achievement Award at the ceremony at the Statehouse in Indianapolis, which also honored seven other recipients in other categories from around the state.
The four sisters and the matriarch of the tightly knit March family sing their way through the Anderson University musical production of “Little Women,” opening this weekend at the Boze Lyric Theatre in Byrum Hall. A talented cast, creatively costumed and choreographed, is accompanied by an orchestra in the pit to bring the story to life.